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Nash, North Dakota
... Nash is a census-designated place in Walsh County in the U.S ... as a station along the Great Northern Railroad and named for the Nash brothers, pioneer settlers in the area who operated a fruit store in Grafton and started what is now the Nash Finch ... Nash was designated as part of the U.S ...
Nash Rawiller
... Nash Rawiller (born 8 December 1974) is a prominent Australian jockey who mainly rides at meetings in Sydney ... Nash has a brother, Brad Rawiller who is also a jockey mainly riding in Victoria ...
Tyson Nash
... Tyson Scott Nash (born March 11, 1975) is a former ice hockey left winger ... Nash spent his first five seasons in the NHL with the St ... After his playing career, Nash was hired as the Phoenix Coyotes' radio color analyst, where he joined Bob Heethuis, the Coyotes' radio play-by-play announcer, in the broadcast booth of Radio ...
Fokker F.32 - Crash
... This crash was witnessed by famous American poet Ogden Nash, who wrote of it to his then fiancee Frances (later his wife) ... Nash's account is found in "Loving Letters from Ogden Nash A Family Album" edited by Linell Nash Smith (Nash's daughter) ...
Jeff Mallett - Steve Nash Enterprises
... Mallett is an advisor to the newly formed, Steve Nash Enterprises, a portfolio of a dozen ventures which includes Nash's foundation, The Steve Nash Foundation ... and Canadian charitable status in 2007, the Steve Nash Foundation is a private foundation dedicated to assisting underserved children in their health, personal ... Nash has started a film-production company become a part owner of the Vancouver Whitecaps, which will join Major League Soccer in 2011 and taken equity in ...

Famous quotes containing the word nash:

    It is the sin of omission, the second kind of sin,
    That lays eggs under your skin.
    —Ogden Nash (1902–1971)

    Life has a tendency to obfuscate and bewilder,
    Such as fating us to spend the first part of our lives
    being embarrassed by our parents and the last part
    being embarrassed by our childer.
    —Ogden Nash (1902–1971)

    Your hair may be brushed, but your mind’s untidy,
    You’ve had about seven hours’ sleep since Friday,
    No wonder you feel that lost sensation;
    You’re sunk from a riot of relaxation.
    —Ogden Nash (1902–1971)